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Cannabidiol, commonly known as CBD, may be the wonder drug that its users and advocates hope and claim it to be, offering relief for everything from anxiety and arthritis to Parkinson’s diseas…

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“Waters of the United States” sounds like the title of a coffee table book but the reality is rather less benign than a hefty tome crammed with pretty photographs.

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Oregon agriculture is a big tent. From the smallest acreage in Western Oregon to the largest ranch in Eastern Oregon, from the newest hemp farm in Central Oregon to the multi-generational gras…

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September is National Preparedness Month, and it’s not as if you need to look too far to find a poster child for the occasion. This week, look no further than the Bahamas, devastated by the sl…

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Robocalls are annoying at best, and potentially costly at worst. And they’re becoming more frequent. One call-blocking company estimates Americans received 48 billion robocalls in 2018.

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You will likely pay more for your eggs in about five years. And no, we’re not talking about inflation’s impact on the price of food. We’re talking about a new Oregon law that just about guaran…

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No one familiar with the effort to review — and perhaps modify — the county’s charter can refute the value of the effort. For the past 19 months, the Umatilla Charter Review Committee studied …

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Oregon Gov. Kate Brown on Thursday signed Senate Bill 1013, a bill that dramatically narrows who is eligible for the death penalty in this state. It was not the way to change Oregon’s death pe…

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A tip of the hat to the Umatilla Electric Co-op, Pacific Power and other utilities and state legislators for recognizing the challenges faced by rural mobile home owners and their effort to wo…

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While the 2019 Oregon Legislature did pass one law aimed at bringing reason to the state’s Public Employees Retirement System, that effort must not be the end of the reform road. Too many prob…